is a corridor for sonic explorers

May/June/July ‘23

Sun 7 May 

Spettro Opera (Mo.Ca. Suona Echo)

Wed 10 May

KNN (Renato Grieco) +
Freaky Fairy Flux Foundation
(Karin Ferrari/Francesco Fonassi) 

Fri 12 May 

Eli Gras + Luysali

Sat 13 May

Ufo Beat (ext.guest night) 

Sat 20 May

Real No Real + Miradasvacas  (Spettro x IndicaMad)

Sun 28 May

Special Brunch + OrchestraFottente

Sat 3 June

Flipping Flippers + YZ + Yief (Villa Garden) 

Sun 4 June

Metamorfosi Vocali / Lim + St.Charlotte (curated by Werk) 

Thu 8 June

Couleurs D’Afrique (Mo.Ca. Suona Echo)

Fri 16 June

Holy Tongue + Spettro Residents (Ground Music Festival) 

Sat 17June

Chorus Abstracta + Immaginaria (Ground Music Festival) 

Sat 1 July

Parasite Jazz + Avair Chotiche + Pepè Fiore (Villa Garden) 

April ‘23

Sat 1 Apr

Yonic South + Nicola Burri + Pollice di Fuoco

Thu 6 Apr

Vincenzo Vasi (Mo.Ca. Suona Echo)

Sun 9 Apr

Bégayer + Les Giants

Sat 15 Apr

Inturist + Djscarica b2b Giglio Tigrato

Thu 20 Apr

Emma Waltraud Howes (workshop + performance) + Sholto Dobie (Mo.Ca Suona Echo)

Sat 22 Apr

Spettro Residents x Indica Mad Afterparty

Sat 29 Apr

Scosse Elettriche (Riccardo Sinigaglia/Davide Zolli) + R.Moro

March ‘23

Fri 3 Mar

Everest Magma + Les Giants b2b Finè + Irene Bi

Sat 11 Mar

Basilar Schema + John Ballan b2b Finè 

Thu 16 Mar

Lino Capra Vaccina (Mo.Ca. Suona Echo)

Fri 17 Mar

Uccellini Uccellacci Ep.II - Amici

Wed 22 Mar

Jacopo Buda + SpettroRecordShop

Thu 23/ Fri 24/ Sat 25 Mar 

Blind Tapes Quartet * Lukatoyboy - Special Project

Sat 25 Mar

Eiger Drums Propaganda + Rubber Toe 


Fri 3 Feb

Euphonic Alliance Ltd. + Bean.o + Dèsirè Bonaventure

Web 8 Feb

Polonius + Uj Bala + Spettro Record Shop 

Sat 11 Feb

BRAINGAME: Bruno Spoerri & Gabriel Schiltkecht  x INDICA MAD - Surreal Sound Festival

Fri 17 FEB

Bromb Treb + Gabber Micheal

Sat 25 FEB

Holiday INN + Maria Violenza + 
Marius Houschyar


Sat 14 Jan

Occupied Head + Peak Nick

Sat 21 Jan

Uccellini Uccellacci I

Wed 25 Jan

Spettrovisioni: The Wicker Man

Sat 28 Jan

A.K. Klosowski + Les Giants + Romantica


Sat 3

Ümlaut + Luysali + Dijscarica 

Tue 6

Dinner with Papo

Sat 10

R. Moro + R. Zemog + Dj Fammi Vedere 

Sat 17

Dominik Von Senger + Giglio Tigrato + Simon Bornborn 

Fri 23


Sat 31

ADN Crystal + Octatanz + Ondula

Spettro—Nov ‘22

Sat 5

Die Welttraumforscher
+ Papiro
+ Les Giants

Wed 9
Spettro Records Shop

Fri 11
[RAAA Festival]

Sat 12
Chorus Abstracta
+ Spettro Residents
[RAAA Festival]

Fri 18
WWDIS Spettro
Dagdad + Dadar

Sat 19
Delmore FX
+ Primordial Ooze

Wed 23

Sat 26
Bad Boy Baader
+ Luzi Gehrisch
+ Electric Evelyn

Wed 30
Dr. Truna 
+(So)niche 22

Spettro—Sept/Oct ‘22

Fri 15

Groß Module + Irene Bi

Sun 18
Escape–ism + Ebhardy 
& The Lost Record

Fri 23
Zad Kokar + Riviere de Corps + Black Metal for my Funeral

Fri 30
Houschyar + Dijscarica

Sun 02
Immaginaria: Laboratorio di cucina con argilla + Andra Ljos

Tue 04
Spettro Records Shop

Sat 08
Harmony Molina w/ Band + Mami

Wed 12
Paul Arambula + Romantica

Fri 14
Dominik Von Senger + Simon Born Born

Sat 22
WWDIs Spettro: Liquid Words + The Bad Plug

Sat 29
Gasparotti + Julinko + Giglio Tigrato + Rubber Toe

Mon 31
Marauder + Luysali / Böb


Sat 18 — Sun 19

Chris Imler, Chillera, Diora, Bear Bones Lay Low, Andrè Pahl, Jooklo + Quantius, Vacas, Saxtape, Les Giants, Yulia Kachan, Andra Ljos, Ear Explorer’s Tropical Sound, Fake Lesbians and the Fairy Grave, Sayonara, Spettro Residents & Immaginaria Observatory

ODISSEA / Feb ‘22

Friday 4

Spettro Opening

Saturday 12 

Paul Aràmbula + Lars Noll

Saturday 19

Lovexpress + Basement 3

Wednesday 23


Friday 25

Djeco + Automatenfall

NEBULOSA / Dec ‘21

Wednesday 1 

Caterina Palazzi + Sistro + Romantica

Saturday 2 

Lea Bertucci + André Pahl

Friday 17

Geier Aus Stahl + Pavel & Jonathan

Wednesday 22

Anti Christmas

ROAR / Jan-Feb ‘20

Friday 17/01

Oscar Der Winzige + CV-Vision

Monday 20/01

Plasman 51 + Les Giants

Friday 24/01

El Tigre Sound

Saturday 01/02

Cacao + Clashmama

Friday 07/02

Lauri Soini

Monday 10/02

Giovanni Di Domenico

Friday 14/02

Pablito El Drito + Peak Nick

Friday 21/02

Yader + Spettro Residents

Monday, 24/02

Gun Kawamura (canceled)

Friday 28/02

Bára Gísladóttir (canceled)


PANPAN / Sept-Oct ‘19

Fry 13 September

Mai Mai Mai + Saigon

Fry 20 September

WOW + Xwit

Tue 24 September

Stefano Pilia + Luca Formentini

Fry 27 September

Daniele de Santis + Michele Lori

Sat 5 October

Arianna Radaelli: Anachrony Loops

Mon 7 October

OFF: Lindsay Clark

Fry 11 October

viDEO sAVant vs ɸ4 + Silvia Cignoli

Fry 18 October

Twoonky + Zeta Zeta + Sallad Egg

Fry 25 October

Spencer Clark + Uji Tanze + Vacas

+ Spettro Residents & Friends


Weirdpoetics2 / Jun ‘19

Fry 7 June

Giorgio Gabber

Fry 14 June


Fry 21 June

Kurek + Ottaven + Cacophonator

Fry 28 June

Spettro Residents

+ Special Guests


Sauna / May ‘19

Fry 3 May


Fry 17 May

Chikiss + Ondula

Fry 24 May


Fry 31 May

Lorenzo D’Erasmo

+ Luca Garino, Spettro Residents


Fascinazione / Mar-Apr ‘19

Fry 8 Mar

SabaSabaRainbow Island

Fry 29 Mar

InterlinguaDario Buccino

Fry 12 Apr

Massimo Pupillo

Fry 19 Apr

OngonEar Explorer

Fry 26 Apr

Fausto Sierakowski

+ Octatanz, Matas Aerobica, Novoline, Lorenzo D’Erasmo, Areire

Im Wald / Feb ‘19

Sat 9 Feb

Valerio Tricoli

Fry 15 Feb

Chris Imler

Fry 22 Feb

Alessandra Novaga

Sat 23 Feb

OFF: Acchiappashpirt

+ Spettro Residents


Weirdpoetics / Jan ‘19

Fry 11 Jan


+ Spettro Residents

Fry 18 Jan

Cristophe Clébard

+ Morozov

Fry 25 Jan

Claudio Rocchetti

+ Spettro Residents  

Discombobulate / Nov ’19

We love disco because it’s inclusive. It makes people move towards one another, it creates a space where any music can come together. We love to get struck by its bright/dark lights. And the beat too. There is no better way to start a kaleidoscopic trip into the discothesque than with a Dj who literally discombobulated disco itself, Daniele Baldelli. From Daniele onwards, disco is no longer a specific space for specific things. It is a transversal concept, an open box for experimenting (Friday 1). Next week, the weird disco pop of Steve Pepe, who’s known to be able to take the (dance)floor out from under your feet. Supported by multifaceted Dj Eva Geist, they will deliver strong and discombobulating waves to our trippy bodies (Friday 8). Up next, it is time for the dopaminic art rock of Guido Möbius. Supported by Spettro Residents, they’re expected to blow a rave inspired wind at our premises (Friday 15). Coming up, two special gigs by Francisco Meirino and Lorenzo Abattoir, exploring magnetic fields, electro-static soundscapes and abrasive noise worlds. With the support of respected Dj Marius Georgescu, this night is going to be as stylish as genreless (Friday 29). Expect other off gigs, special projects, flashmobs and discombobulated stuff to be announced soon!


Daniele Baldelli

Daniele Baldelli

It can be said that, without knowing it, Daniele Baldelli was the forerunner of all that is the work of Dee Jay. Starting in 1969, when there were no mixer or headphones for pre-listening, he was the man who made disco music with electronic drums, synthesizers and the first samplers (which only had 4 seconds of memory at the time). In 1980, Daniele invents the "Dee Jay concerto": four turntables, two mixers and electronic drums or live percussion, during which he mixed 80 to 100 songs in just about half an hour, giving life to a super-megamix, rigorously live. Another peculiarity of his revolutionary style was the use of the equalizer, which he used as a musical instrument, intervening rhythmically on keys and sliders, to manipulate frequencies and creating accents on cymbals, pianos, bass lines. Widely imitated or taken as a reference since the "Cosmic" times (1979-1984), Daniele Baldelli was at the time alone: with his imagination, his desire for music, his technical research, he spaced and experimented with various styles, without having any module or model to refer to.


© Daniele Baldelli


Steve Pepe + Eva Geist

Steve Pepe (Manuel Cascone)

Over the years, Manuel Cascone (aka Steve Pepe) gravitated around the Roman scene. Musician, producer, artist, cultural agitator, known for the Cascao & Lady Maru and Nastro project, Manuel is above all the hidden producer of a tremendous amount of others' releases coming from the Italian capital. After the acclaimed 2018 album "Danza Moderna" (Hirven Disc), he is just about to release his second work for the Macadam Mambo label: "2020". It is Steve's ambition to deconstruct dance music, by avoiding all comfortable connections, which easily become manneristic and boring in the long run. The music of Steve Pepe fits between acts of avant-garde dance, simple naive languages to refresh the listener's ideas, and then suddenly remove the floor from under his feet.


© Manuel Cascone

Eva Geist (Andrea Noce)

Eva Geist is a project of Andrea Noce, an artist known both for her solo work and her part in the more upbeat/experimental synth duo, As Longitude, together with Laura ODL. Together they also curate a series of sonic collages called FISHES. Andrea, who grew up in the beautiful Calabria region of Southern Italy, also used to be a part of the playful synthpop duo le Rose together with sound artist Flavio Scutti. Listening to Andrea’s music you can feel that it was created by a person with an eclectic, sophisticated and adventurous music taste. This is clearly manifested in her DJ sets and mixes, which are full of extravagant sonic terrains - new and old, forgotten and rediscovered. Quite frequently you can catch her spinning records in Sameheads, a Berlin underground venue focusing on synth/experimental/DIY music. Under the Eva Geist moniker she paints vast synthesized landscapes of imaginary worlds, where we can trace the elegance of minimal/synth music, fourth world exotica, new age vastness or hazy motorik patterns. As she puts it in her interview for the Scottish newspaper The National: “I wanted my Eva Geist stuff to have beats you can dance to, but soft, abstract ones. It’s inspired by cosmic music, mantra music, New Age music and by film soundtracks.” (secretthirteen)


© Rugilė Desnystė


Guido Möbius

Guido Möbius

On stage Guido Möbius is surrounded by his serially connected effects units that he controls as if in a trance. Every step in the creation of his music is public: When Möbius activates one of his pedals, the audience are a witness to this process and its result. Nothing is mysteriously conceived behind laptop screens. Möbius‘ music happens before his audiences‘ very eyes (and ears). This accounts for a large part of the fascination of his performances. The other (and maybe even greater) part results from the turns his music take, which never fails to surprise the audience. In his live sets Möbius creates delicate links between experimentation, handmade techno, funk, polyrhythmic patterns, acid, weird noises and gospel music. Methodically prepared passages and improvisation combine into a coherent set, and Möbius deals with the energy on the fly. Failures and restarts are constant companions and sources of inspiration. At times, Möbius piles up loops of vocal-, trumpet- or guitar-sounds into a mighty drone whose gravity is interrupted abruptly by a driving beat or a gospel choir. His wit, his sobriety, his wealth of ideas and his very own musical dialect attest his authorship. The Berlin musician masters the art of subtly slipping us radical sounds and keeping a track in its flow even with the most unexpected twists and turns.


© Manuel Miethe


Lorenzo Abattoir + Francisco Meirino + Marius Georgescu

Lorenzo Abattoir

Lorenzo Abbà (aka Abattoir) is a sound artist and sound engineer from Turin. Involved in several projects, he released albums on Italian and international labels (Dusktone, Malignant), and performed in live concerts in Europe and United States. Lorenzo is the founder of the electroacoustic collective Mare di Dirac, with whom he creates live performances based on field recordings, natural reverbs and special handmade instruments.


© Lorenzo Abbà

Francisco Meirino

Spanish born in 1975, Francisco Meirino is active since 1994 (as phroq until 2009) in experimental music and live performance. His music explores the tension between programmable material and the potential for its failure, he is primarily interested in the idea of recording what is not supposed to be : gear failures, the death of PA systems, magnetic fields and electro-static noises and in how he can use them and hear them radically out of context. Francisco Meirino's music is fascinating by its physical intensity and detail precision. He mainly works with the computer, (eurorack) modular synthesizer, reel-to-reel tape recorders, magnetic fields detectors, piezo tranducers, field recorders and various home-made electronics.


© I. Dangeli
Marius Georgescu (DJ)

Bucharest based music enthusiast Marius Georgescu plans to evoke a cosmik-occult synth-led hysteria on the gap between wave, industrial, electro and motorik beat excursions. No time nor space borders.

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